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director of morgan stanley and salomon brothers presents a social and economic history of the role of cotton in the united states. he discusses how its cultivation fed the textile industry allowed the u.s. to broker independent trade with europe and how slavery was linked to wear cotton could be ground. the b.b. king museum in indianola, mississippi hosts this 90-minute event.
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CSPAN January 17, 2010 2:00am-3:00am EST

Education. Non-fiction books and authors.

TOPIC FREQUENCY Morgan Stanley 1, B.b. King 1, Europe 1, Mississippi 1, Indianola 1
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Duration 01:00:00
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